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Amnesty as a mechanism for conflict resolution : a study of the Niger Delta conflict in Nigeria.
This study, through extensive field work interrogates the amnesty programme in the Niger Delta, and demonstrates how amnesty has impacted on peace. The Niger Delta region has suffered neglect from successive governments. ...
State fragility and the reign of terror in Nigeria : a case of Boko Haram terrorism.
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Elections and democratic consolidation in West Africa : comparative study of Nigeria and Senegal, 1999-2012.
The study examines elections and democratic consolidation in West Africa using Nigeria and Senegal as a comparative lens from 1999-2012. It is predicated on the contradictory trajectories of electoral politics in West ...
Assessing policy responses of African states and international actors on the threats of transnational terrorism to Africa's security and stability : a case study of Kenya.
Contemporary global state of affairs is faced with one of the most malicious phenomenon’s that has evolved over time but at a pace incomparable to its present outlook. Transnational terrorism and the war against it have ...
Slavery in the 21st century : an analysis of human trafficking in Southern Africa.
Trafficking in human beings if a global phenomenon that has gained increasing international attention in recent years. The trafficking of persons takes place in almost all social, political, cultural, economic and legal ...
Transforming local economies through land reform : political dilemmas and rural development realities in South Africa.
The land/agrarian question has always been at the center of South Africa’s struggle for liberation. Land itself has always been a source from which Africans and particularly the rural inhabitants have derived their livelihood. ...
Non-violence in practice : enhancing the churches' effectiveness in building a peaceful Zimbabwe through Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP).
Attaining political independence in Zimbabwe since 1980 has not translated to a peaceful country. There has been increased militarization of the state and state institutions resulting in endemic political violence and ...
The effects of the 2008 xenophobic violence on female African (foreign) nationals in South Africa and possible solutions : a case study of female students at UKZN.
Xenophobia in South Africa is a social-political ill. Despite the huge xenophobic attack that took place in May 2008 leaving so many people homeless, wounded and dead, xenophobia still continues to occur in several ways ...
The internationalisation of an internal resistance ethnic minority conflicts and the politics of exclusion in the Niger Delta.
While a lot of ink has been spilled and numerous papers devoted to the variegated causes of the Niger Delta conflict, what has been conspicuously moot in the literature is their integration into a sufficient explanatory ...